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Jonathan Shead

C&G Staff Reporter – Farmington Press

Published February 24, 2020

FARMINGTON PRESS — Before City Council even approached the topic of the Greater Farmington Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2020 Founders Festival at a Feb. 18 meeting, passion and tension filled the air. 

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Published February 20, 2020

FARMINGTON HILLS — A Farmington Hills police officer has been arraigned on domestic violence charges after a complaint was sent to Farmington Hills police earlier this week. 

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Published February 17, 2020

FARMINGTON HILLS —  As residents draw closer to deciding whether or not to approve a $98 million bond proposal for Farmington Public Schools March 10, concerns of trust, transparency and adequate plans stemming from the $131.5 million bond voters approved in 2015 loom for some residents.

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Published February 17, 2020

FARMINGTON — A fundraiser that began as a grassroots, neighborhood-funded project to bring a new playscape to Flanders Park has picked up support from the Farmington Area Jaycees and six local businesses.

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Published February 17, 2020

FARMINGTON/FARMINGTON HILLS — Community members gathered in the early morning Feb. 12 to hear the inaugural State of the Cities addresses from Farmington Mayor Sara Bowman, Farmington Hills Mayor Vicki Barnett and Farmington Public Schools Superintendent Robert Herrera.

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Published February 11, 2020

FARMINGTON — Hoping to build off the successes of record-high weekly attendance, continued increases in profit and improvements in sponsorships and fundraising, Farmington Farmers Market General Manager Walt Gajewski believes “the sky’s the limit” as he looks ahead to the market’s 27th season.

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Published February 11, 2020

METRO DETROIT — January is gone, and we’re now into the nitty-gritty of New Year’s resolutions. While some people may be finding it easy to keep up with their goals this year, others undoubtedly may be feeling the stress of staying the course or may have already fallen off course.

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Published February 11, 2020

METRO DETROIT — Heavier amounts of rainfall in the past few years are making springs in southeast Michigan wetter and have become a rising problem for the region’s waterways and properties.

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Published February 11, 2020

FARMINGTON HILLS — Farmington Hills police are investigating a suspicious person report of a man who reportedly followed a child home from a bus stop Feb. 10. 

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Published February 5, 2020

FARMINGTON HILLS — A new ordinance has been enacted to establish language and parameters surrounding donation collection bins, best known for collecting shoes, clothes and other materials.

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Published February 5, 2020

METRO DETROIT — It’s that time of year again when people set out to become healthier individuals. Some head straight to the gym, while others take on 30-day diet challenges or try to eat better in general.

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Published February 3, 2020

FARMINGTON — After roughly 12 years of city officials and the Downtown Development Authority hoping an investor would pursue revitalizing the historical Farmington State Savings Bank building, at the corner of Grand River Avenue and Farmington Road, the building has finally been sold.

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Published February 3, 2020

FARMINGTON HILLS — A new residential subdivision, approved by City Council in a 5-2 vote Jan. 13, has found a home north of 10 Mile Road, east of Orchard Lake Road.

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Published February 3, 2020

METRO DETROIT — The clock may be ticking a little faster for some third grade teachers, students and parents as Michigan Department of Education Deputy Superintendent of Education, Student and School Supports Venessa Keesler sent out two memos earlier in January “strongly urging” school districts to move the third grade Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress a week earlier.

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Published February 3, 2020

FARMINGTON HILLS — A special exhibit has traveled across the world and is now stationed at the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills.

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